As an independent curator and producer, my focus is on experimental practices and processes across human endeavour. With this pursuit, bringing deeply inquisitive people together from diverse cultures and perspectives has blossomed beyond a profession, into a way of life and lifelong learning. With a wide-spectrum of curiosities across arts, science, philosophy, culture, technology and their various intersections now and into the future, my projects have evolved as original frameworks of interdisciplinary research, production and experience. Change is indeed the only constant that governs my mutating body of contemporary work spread across long-term social impact projects both urban and rural, landmarks, festivals, exhibitions, public space interventions, social experiments, residencies, facilities, live performances, films and web-based collaborations. Operating in a niche experimental space in a country with a vibrant traditional culture but largely deficient in institutional support across the board, the need to fill gaps in this society led to the experience of envisioning and establishing projects from ground zero and nurturing them into independent institutions with an international outlook, partnerships and associations.
A parallel decade of leadership in brand consulting and advertising to pay the bills and support my artistic practice, has supplemented my experience with expertise in mass perception, while letting me make fearless choices as a curator. Documentation, archiving and reporting is a critical element in my approach adding value to a growing and intertwining global network of people, partners, practices, processes and projects. Working across an evolving canvas of disciplines and media, in an age of rapid technological development has led me to discover an underlying synergy and strategy that attempts to simplify and unify multiple complex codes of creativity to produce unique interdisciplinary projects and relationships. The plans for the future involve growing and optimising a network of over 5000 experimental practitioners, evolving existing projects, developing innovations in contemporary learning, sports and politics, and building new interdisciplinary ecosystems needed to thrive in the early 21st Century.